By Carol Tannenhauser
On Thursday, Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts announced a dizzying array of upcoming free and choose-what-you-pay spring performances and events.
Public in-person performances will return to the David Rubenstein Atrium on Thursday, March 10 – Thursday, May 26.
On Wednesday, April 13 – Saturday, April 30, a new edition of American Songbook will begin, entitled A World of Voices, at the Stanley H. Kaplan Penthouse, made more accessible with the choose-what-you-pay ticketing model.
And, in terms of accessibility, Lincoln Center is offering two, soon-to-begin, virtual options:
“Passport to the Arts,” for children, teens and adults with disabilities and their families, will run from Sunday, February 27 – Wednesday, June 15. All Passport programs are free with advanced sign–up at LincolnCenter.org/Passport. Families will receive pre-visit materials, including social narratives, photos, and links, before each program. Spring, in-person performances will be announced in the coming weeks.
And continuing its support of individuals, caregivers, and families impacted by dementia, “Lincoln Center Moments” is partnering with arts organizations across disciplines, including the New York Philharmonic, Mark Morris Dance Group, Jazz at Lincoln Center, the Metropolitan Opera Guild, The Juilliard School, and more, to create free performances, activities, discussion, and art-making programs. Moments is set to begin on March 9 through June 14, with virtual and in-person performances, all free of charge with advanced sign-up at LincolnCenter.org/Moments.
For more information on Lincoln Center’s spring programming and COVID policy visit LincolnCenter.org.
Exciting – thanks for this!
Do you know if the TKTS booth will return to the David Rubenstein Atrium?
Open up Lincoln Center open up.
Was not able to find any free events on the Lincoln Center Website. Or at least they refuse to disclose. I knew it was too good to be true.